Wildcards in Ancestry

* means you will want 1 or more letters - multiple letters in that spot.

? represents one letter. You only want one letter in that spot.

If I type ?ruger in the search area, my results will be Cruger and Kruger and Fruger.
Only one letter before "ruger"

If I type *ruger then my results will be Struger - note 2 letters before the "ruger" not just one.
Herbruger or Jungenkruger
Cruger and Fruger will also be there.  One or more letters before

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